All i need is help with a conclusion so i can not offer much

Mar 30th, 2015
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Here is my paper all i need is a conclusion i need it to be somewhere around 200 words. 

The Road Not Taken, is one of Robert Frost's most famous poems. This poem is often misunderstood. People tend to think that the poem is about someone being different and taking the road that no one else takes.  However if people took the time to read over the poem and the title they would realize that they are wrong. The last line of the poem “I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference” this sentence is what leads  people to their misguided conclusion. but previous lines in the poem such as "though as for that the passing  there had worn them really about the same," and" And both that morning equally lay, In leaves no step had trodden black." clear up the confusion to their faulty conclusion. Others simply believe that it is about a man walking in the woods that comes across the two paths and is indecisive on which one to take. At first my interpretation was the same as most but after carefully analyzing it I have came to a different conclusion.

Frost uses the two roads that are diverging in the yellow wood as a symbol. The two roads in the woods represent two choices that someone must choose between. The person in the poem is  presented with a dilemma of the alternative to take. There are two options in the given scenario whereby the decision maker has to choose one. The person says that ‘… I could not travel both’ meaning that he can only choose one decision and stick with it.The decision maker is giving a deep thought to the alternatives at hand. ‘…Looked down as far as I could’ hear the person is analyzing the issues presented by each of the two alternatives deeply. He  first takes one choice and analyzes it before embarking on the second alternative.  The person says "Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same," meaning he finds that he does not know which decision would be better because no matter what decision he makes there is no way he will know where his decision will take him. Why can he not just make a decision? He is afraid of regret. He is afraid that the decision that he makes will not turn out the way he planned, and he will wonder if the the other decision would have been better. He realizes that sooner or later he will have to make a choice.  After making his decision he tries to cheer himself up by saying "I took the one less traveled by and that made all the difference".

The decisions chosen from including the living of a personal life driven by personal desires, ambitions, and a personalized decision making without external influences. This alternative is not a choice for many, and many do not go for it. The other choice could be choosing to live the life lived by the many. It will involve making decisions based on what other people are doing. The morning in the poem represents the new dawn/beginning. It is a new chapter in the persons life.  

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